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07/08/2023 by: Ryan Lutz

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This Phone App Lets You Capture a Solar Eclipse

Scientists at Western Kentucky University are inviting the public to snap photos of the dazzling phenomenon to gather data about the sun’s shape and internal structure.

NYC’s School of Visual Arts Gets Its Very Own Street

“SVA Way” was unveiled last week on East 23rd Street in Manhattan near the school’s long-running Gramercy Gallery.

Artist Attacked in Italy Over Painting of Jesus Receiving Oral Sex

A masked assailant slashed Andrea Saltini's artwork, which Catholic groups have deemed “blasphemous,” and then turned the blade on the artist.

California Legislators Push Law to Help Heirs Recover Looted Art

Assembly Bill 2867 was inspired by a recent ruling in the dispute over a Pissarro painting that was looted from a Jewish family during World War II.

The Richard Serra Sculpture That Was Just Too Much for Paris

How did the artist's massive “Clara-Clara” (1983) end up in the backyard of a former water treatment facility on the city’s outskirts?

Jim Dine Gets to Work

For Dine, physical labor and art-making are interchangeable: “When you paint every day, all year long, then the subject is essentially the act of working.”

Architectural Reimaginings of Le Corbusier’s Only African Project

Many responses to the Villa Baizeau in two exhibitions take up the notion of memory — and the idea of how life affects the built environment, and vice versa.

Nicole Eisenman’s First Major Survey Comes to the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

What Happened showcases Eisenman’s ability to take on contemporary events with a style, vision, and anarchic sense of humor entirely her own.

Opportunities in April 2024

Residencies, grants, open calls, and jobs from Davidson College, the Jonathan and Barbara Silver Foundation, and more in our monthly list of opportunities for artists, writers, and art workers.

12 Graphic Novels to Read This Spring

Get your comic fix with moving, witty, poignant books by Ai Weiwei, Tessa Hulls, Julia Wertz, Mattie Lubchansky, and more.

A San Francisco Art Pioneer’s Collaged Dream Worlds

With the layers of his collaged "paste-ups," Jess pulls us into an oneiric world, at once delightful and perplexing, magical and sublime.

10 Art Shows to See in New York This April

This month: Audrey Flack, Sonya Clark, Raven Chacon, Mike Olin, and more.

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Updated July 8, 2023  by Ryan Lutz